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A new president has been elected to Wokingham’s Chamber of Commerce, taking over from long-serving leader Mark Ashwell.
Woodley's branch of Clinton Cards has closed, leaving nine shop workers out of work.
Clinton Cards branches in Wokingham and Bracknell have been saved after they were sold to an American greeting card firm.
Jobs are at risk at Bracknell's Hewlett Packard offices after the computer giant announced it will axe 27,000 jobs.
Fierce bidding during a housing auction led to an 80 per cent sales success rate raking in £2.55 million for clients last week.
The head of the civil service took a tour around Berkshire last week.
The outlook is not all doom and gloom for the high street, as one barbershop has doubled its staff this month to cope with increasing demand.
The town’s MP joined a debate on the Queen’s speech this week, urging the Government to improve competitiveness to create more export jobs in the UK.
Bracknell Forest has been singled out as a top-quality location for Chinese investment by a new guide to strengthening business links with the Orient.
A Bracknell-based technology firm is using its skills to help primary school children get closer to nature.